Final Fantasy Jewelry Replicas

You Can Get Your Hands on Official Final Fantasy Jewelry Replicas for a Second Time

The official Square Enix shop is re-stocking some of its most popular Final Fantasy jewelry replicas for a limited time. Until July 31, 2020 it will be accepting orders for items like Tifa’s earring from Final Fantasy VII Advent Children, Aerith’s leather choker from Final Fantasy VII Remake, and other replicas from other Final Fantasy properties. These items will be made to order, so Square Enix encourages fans and collectors alike to make their orders as soon as possible. Orders will be shipped on October 24, 2020. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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Other replicas include the Ring of the Lucii from Final Fantasy XV. The re-orders of these limited time items don’t just include Final Fantasy replicas, but general Final Fantasy inspired jewelry. This includes a Final Fantasy VII Advent Children Cloud Strife wolf pendant, a silver Final Fantasy chocobo and moogle necklace, a silver cactuar necklace, a Final Fantasy VII Remake Aerith flower pendant, and a Final Fantasy VII Remake Aerith ribbon necklace. Like most of the official Final Fantasy replicas and inspired jewelry, these items are fairly pricey.

The Ring of the Lucii comes in at a whopping ¥27,500 which is roughly $230. Tifa’s earring replica is ¥10,450 or $87, the replica of Aerith’s choker is ¥18,480 or $154. The chocobo, moogle, and cactuar necklaces ¥13,200 or $110 respectively. For Cloud Strife fans, the Final Fantasy VII Advent Children wolf pendant is ¥23,100 or $193. You can take a look at these items below.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is immediately available on the PlayStation 4.

 


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